The Methodist Church was completely encased in scaffolding - presumably a major renovation project!
Here are a couple of views of the building after the scaffolding had been removed.
The architect was John Wills and the building was erected in 1896 in the Gothic Romanesque style. It is constructed of red brick with stone dressings and has a large wheel window on the fašade. There is a hall beneath.
It also looks as if a smart new porch has been added fairly recently.
There is a historic view of this church in my Postcard Album:
Visitors to this album since June 2003
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